|The Levitical 49-year Jubilee Calendar - Nick Drumbolis|
Myth as Math abstract 3: presenting an explication of the calendar sanctioned by YHWH in Leviticus XXV: 8-10, which has eluded decipherment until now.
Keywords: calendar; lunar cycle; Leviticus
|A Signature of Charles Bukowski Poetry - Nick Drumbolis|
List 61: a bibliographic study of the controversial offprint from Targets Magazine (issued fall 1960 from Albuquerque, NM.); including a checklist of the 27 earliest separate publications by the poet Charles Bukowski. Originally issued in a numbered edition of 35 copies in October 1987 at Letters Bookshop in Toronto. The file includes scans of the cover and first 28 pages of the pamphlet (excluding the illustrations of the original offprint, which appeared in the original edition).
Keywords: poetry; Bukowski; Targets; offprints
|The Lunar Context of the Hekat Fractions - Nick Drumbolis|
Myth as Math abstract 5: a remarkable discovery about the Eye of Horus fractions employed in ancient Egyptian mathematics.
Keywords: Egypt; Hekat; mathematics; lunar cycle; Eye of Horus
|Lascaux Measures - Nick Drumbolis|
Myth as Math abstract 4: a reading of two Palaeolithic murals in the cave at Lascaux, France, from the perspective of lunar mnemonics.
Keywords: parietal art; Lascaux; lunar cycle
|The Lunar Basis of Myth and Symbol - Nick Drumbolis|
A review of lunar measures in ancient iconography; Part One addressing the origin of the Alphabet, the Ennead of focal deities, the Goddess, the Underworld, and totemic fauna (each embodying different aspects of the lunation): Serpent, Bull, Horse, Ibex, Cat, Dog and Bird. Part Two presents a sample of previously unsolved ancient puzzles with their lunar solutions: Mayan Long Count calendar cycle; Egyptian Hekat fractions; Israelite Jubilee calendar; Christian puzzle of the 153 large fish; and H...
Keywords: lunar cycle; Alphabet; iconography; mythology; religion; Jubilee; Hekat fractions; Cattle of the Sun puzzle; Noah; Mayan Long Count cycle
|Author Index to Combustion - Nick Drumbolis|
List 78: an index of contributors and their contributions to the 14 issues of COMBUSTION edited in Toronto by Raymond Souster (January 1957 to August 1960) including an appendix of contributors and their contributions to COMBUSTION 15 edited in 1966 by Victor Coleman (as ISLAND 6). Issued in an edition of 23 numbered copies, 11 April 1990.
Keywords: Combustion; Island; little magazines; Raymond Souster; Victor Coleman; poetry
|The Lunar Origin of the Alphabet - Nick Drumbolis|
Myth as Math abstract 1: presenting a brief explanation of the hypothesis that the Alphabet was originally conceived as a mnemonic of lunar cycle. Includes a chart equating letters of the alphabet with correlative phases of the lunation.
Keywords: alphabet; lunar cycle
|Myth as Math Prospectus - Nick Drumbolis|
Reproducing the first 14 pages of text from Myth as Math, together with a 2-page synopsis of the hypothesis.
Keywords: alphabet; lunation
|Instructions for Restoring the Ancient Wisdom - Nick Drumbolis|
Myth as Math abstract 9: A Primer of the Pythagorean Practicum. Examining consequences of the lunar alphabet thesis through 15 figures which sketch the progression of lunar iconography from the Upper Palaeolithic to the Bronze Age.
Keywords: alphabet; lunar cycle; calendar; bible
|twobitters - Nick Drumbolis (editor)|
Covers of a series of 68 quarto fascicules issued 14 August 1985 through 14 August 1997 in small editions (plus a private reprint of twobitter 34 issued October 2005 by Chris Liu-Kilin). Missing from the present collation is twobitter 32, an unauthorized reprint of Michael Ondaatje's The Man with Seven Toes produced (17 November 1988) in an edition of 16 copies for an Australian teacher unable to locate copies of the text for her class...
Keywords: independent press
|First Folio Inquiry - Nick Drumbolis|
A projection of the expense and time required to produce the First Folio of William Shakespeare (1623: Jaggard).
|The Lunar Origin of the Week - Nick Drumbolis|
Myth as Math abstract 8: a radical new hypothesis about the origin of the week in the seven focal phases of the lunation.
Keywords: week; calendar; Egypt; Greece; mathematics; lunar cycle
|Mayan Long Count Deciphered - Nick Drumbolis|
Myth as Math abstract 15: the lunar key to the 1,872,000-day Mayan, Olmec or Zoque long-count calendar cycle of 13 B'ak'tun; dispelling speculations of cosmic convergence and doomsday superstitions about the end of time.
Keywords: lunar cycle; Mayan calendar; end-time; 21 December 2012
|DCLXVI: The Number of the Beast - Nick Drumbolis|
Myth as Math abstract 13: the significance of the Number of the Beast revealed. Note: for some reason, the type is too grainy to be read on-line; download the Pdf file instead.
Keywords: Revelation; eschatology; millennium; lunar cycle
|Shrouded in Scripture - Nick Drumbolis|
Propounding the thesis that the images on the burial shroud of Christ alone led to the belief in His resurrection, images primitively described in the Gospels as 'angels' further responsible for such widespread conversion to Christianity (as well as the posthumous encounters recorded in the Gospels). Originally issued 28 March 2004 at Letters Bookshop, Toronto and reissued in an expanded edition, 28 June 2004.
Keywords: Shroud of Turin; Christianity; Resurrection
|Half-Sisters: Topographical Links to William Shakespeare - Nick Drumbolis|
Charterhouse Cartulary abstract 10: disclosure of a new discovery about the proximity of William Shaksper of Stratford to Edward de Vere in London, 1602-4. NOTE: the scan is grainy when READ ONLINE; click PDF to view a clearer image.
Keywords: Shakespeare; Edward de Vere; Elizabethan history
|Noah by the Numbers - Nick Drumbolis|
Myth as Math abstract 12: Noah and the Flood explicated as a calendrical text.
Keywords: Genesis; lunar cycle; alphabet
|Averaging Insight - Nick Drumbolis|
A glance at literary grant juries in Canada. Reproducing the text of the fourth edition issued 28 July 2005. Afterword by Malcolm Lowry from his famous letter to Jonathan Cape (2 January 1946).
|The Dawn of Procreation - Nick Drumbolis|
God's Wand abstract 2: on the premise that husbandry and cultivation at the start of the Neolithic, were direct results of the discovery of the male role in procreation.
Keywords: procreation; lunar cycle
|Moon Over Qumran - Nick Drumbolis|
A thesis tracing disputes over the nature of Christ, to the images on the Shroud of Turin; images responsible for His identification as Christ, the deduction that He had been resurrected, His appearances beyond the grave and consequent widespread adoption of Christianity.
Keywords: Shroud of Turin; Qumran; Essenes; early Christianity; Gnosticism; Christology
|Jean Nicolas Arthur Rimbaud - Nick Drumbolis|
A poem commemorating the centenary of Rimbaud's death (10 November 1991). Incorporating the first recorded application of Rimbaud's colour theory introduced in his alchemical sonnet 'Voyelles'. Cover text an unpublished fragment from his 1874 Journal practicing English expressions beginning with H (the eighth letter), in preparation for the trip he made to England later that year with Paul Verlaine...
Keywords: Rimbaud; poetry; multiples; Letters Bookshop
|Myth as Math Seminar - Nick Drumbolis|
Video file of an introduction to the lunar origin of the Alphabet presented at Atelier Kolanad, 17 September 2009. Produced by Richard Smith.
Keywords: Alphabet; Lunar cycle
|An Uncrossed Index to Myth As Math - Nick Drumbolis|
An uncrossed reorganization of the Index included in Myth as Math (pp293-407) which was originally cross-referenced with a contents guide to Index Headings (pp294/5). The present version retains only a few essential subsections together with two Appendices concerning measures (calendrical and numerical). Originally published 23 June 2007 as Outlands seven two (ISBN 0-921688-35-0).
Keywords: lunar cycle; biblical exegesis; origin of the Alphabet
|Fluke Photo - Nick Drumbolis|
Myth as Math abstract 6: outlining the thesis introduced in God's Shadow (Feb 2004) and expanded in Shrouded in Scripture (March 2004) that the images on the Shroud of Turin were primitively described in the Gospels as "angels" and that the Resurrection was merely a deduction based on those images (accounting both for the 'sightings' of "the risen Christ" and the widespread diffusion of Christianity)...
Keywords: Shroud of Turin; Christianity; Resurrection
|Order in Chaos - Nick Drumbolis|
A review of the principles of representative democracy, in sorrow and shock over 9/11.